Physics students finished their unit on momentum and energy by designing and building devices in the classic "Egg Drop" experiment. This experiment required them to build a contraption to hold an egg while it was dropped from a large height, with the goal of having the egg stay intact after impacting the ground.
11th grade students in Advanced Biology: Human Anatomy and Physiology class dissected rats to enhance their study of the body's organ systems as well as regional and directional terms.
The Economics class hosted two guest speakers on Zoom from e-commerce startup company Cider. The speakers talked to our seniors about entrepreneurship and running a business pandemic-style.
Grauer’s Juniors and Seniors met on Zoom on January 12 with Mirjam Jaring from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), headquartered in Rome, Italy.
8th grade US History students and the Grauer Parent Gardening Club enjoyed a presentation by Mike Wilken-Roberston, local cultural anthropologist, professor of Anthropology at California State San Marcos, and author of Kumeyaay Ethnobotany.
Julie Dunne, Chairperson of the Grauer Foundation for Education Board of Trustees, is pleased to announce the addition of Grauer Alumni Parent Reggie Rowe to the Board of Trustees. Reggie has extensive experience as a teacher and school administrator.
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Mia B. '21 for raising an impressive total of $2,085 during her 4th annual campaign for Juvenile Diabetes research!
Congratulations to Grauer Senior Jason W. '21 for playing the role of Macbeth in an outdoor live performance of Macbeth produced through the San Diego Jewish Community Center.
Grauer students and staff members have been participating in "Black Lives Matter" protests taking place in San Diego.
Dr. Grauer recounts wild lessons from the great read, Sailing Alone Around the World and invites you, the reader, to comment about the best things you and your children have been reading. What books have taken you on a journey lately?
Students are feeling more isolated and passive in the global pandemic lock-down. The role of teachers today is to invite and inspire things for our students to do. This is no time for a passive education. This is no time for standardization!
Dr. Grauer relates the bountiful fruit harvested from trees on Grauer's green campus to the bounty of blessings received from Grauer families past and present, joining together to benefit our current and future Grauer students and teachers.
In his weekly message to Grauer students, Dr. Grauer discussed the importance of resilience and optimism, and how these character attributes contribute to each person's own sense of happiness and success.